People speak about rinsing containers? I make a tad over 1 litre every time, dependant on the weather it takes me under 3 hours to brew a batch. I have 3 containers in storage and drinking the fourth all the time, the only time I 'clean?' a container is when one of a previous batch has turned yellow-ish after time in storage and just wipe out the vessel for the fourth batch I brew with paper towel. I don't care about the colour, colour is not an issue at all for me, as long as I don't see mud or whatever crap on the bottom of *any* of my storage containers. As long as my product, colour or not, is pure and transparent, it's perfect.
N. ________________________________ From: Reid Harvey <reidharvey7...@gmail.com> Sent: Tuesday, 17 April 2018 12:34 AM To: Silverlist Post Subject: Re: CS>did I get 10ppm? Sounds as if it might be advisable to rinse the container with a small amount of distilled water, prior to filling it and insetting the electrodes. No? On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 9:37 AM, Ode Coyote <silverpuppy1...@gmail.com<mailto:silverpuppy1...@gmail.com>> wrote: The first batch m